I spent some time today at Pheasant Branch Conservancy shooting some footage for a video on digiscoping. While there, I spent some time experimenting with a camera adapter designed for use with Swarovski binoculars. The Snap Shot adapter is a simple accessory that snaps on to the eyecup of the binoculars and helps hold a point-and-shoot camera to the binocular's lens.
Above is a photo of a Monarch Butterfly that I shot through a Swarovski 8.5x42 EL with my Sony camera. I was very pleased with the results and think I might try some more of this digibining in the future, though it's no substitute for the magnification of a spotting scope.